- Thu Sep 21 7:52 PM
SkySports Huddersfield boss David Wagner has confirmed he has a growing injury list ahead of his side's game away to Burnley on Saturday. Wagner revealed he will be without Steve Mounie and Danny Williams for the trip to Turf Moor with Mounie expected to return and more »
- Thu Sep 21 3:56 PM
Huddersfield head coach David Wagner played down his growing casualty list after Danny Williams became the latest player to be ruled out through injury.
- Thu Sep 21 3:50 PM
BURNLEY will be without Jon Walters this weekend as the Republic of Ireland international continues to battle a knee injury.
London Evening Standard
- Tue Sep 19 9:38 PM
Roy Hodgson got his first win as Crystal Palace manager on a night when Pape Souare returned to first-team football a year after he was involved in a serious car accident.
- Tue Sep 19 8:52 AM
SkySports Huddersfield midfielder Kasey Palmer could return to action before the end of October, head coach David Wagner has revealed. Palmer suffered a recurrence of an old hamstring injury while on recent international duty with England U21s. The Chelsea and more »
- Mon Sep 18 11:33 PM
Kasey Palmer has been out of action since aggravating his hamstring on international duty. Huddersfield midfielder Kasey Palmer could return to action before the end of October, head coach David Wagner has revealed. Wagner gave the latest update on the injured Chelsea loanee, who had been expecte...
- Mon Sep 18 7:53 PM
HUDDERSFIELD and Chelsea are in constant dialogue over Kasey Palmer’s injury and have brought in a specialist to assess the damage, Town manager David Wagner has revealed.
- Mon Sep 18 6:25 PM
The Austrian international missed Leicester's 1-1 draw with Huddersfield in the Premier League on the weekend after a training pole flicked into his face last Tuesday.
|We have a lot of experience about Aaron and he has a lot of experience about travelling from international breaks, especially back from Australia,
said head coach David Wagner.
I would say, at the end, it's a fair result I think,
Wagner said afterwards. Until the first goal we conceded, we played, defensively, very well.
It's a great relationship. It's more than a friendship,
This game would be something special for us even if it were a fifth division league game in Hessen,
Wagner told SportBild this week. But now we're meeting each other at the top level, in England, in the Premier League.